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The Arts

  • Keoki Flagg · Evolving with the times

    By Priya Hutner on February 8, 2017
    Keoki Flagg is an iconic Tahoe artist and photographer. He has traveled the world, illuminating his life experiences through the lens of his camera for more than 35 years. This adventurer has made his home in Tahoe and his renowned Gallery Keoki is nestled in the Village at Squaw. Celebrity Hound Hobnob Feb. 11 | 6-8 p.m. Gallery Keoki | […]
  • Camera as paintbrush

    By The Weekly on February 8, 2017
    Carson City, Nev.  | Nevada State Museum will present, “Beyond Nature’s Light,” the photography of Abe Blair until March 20. Many grand vistas and unique geologic features occur in Nevada and eastern California. Through careful study of a scene and extensive knowledge of his medium, Blair captures the mood and power of natural scenes many never see. “As an artist […]
  • The Arts

    By The Weekly on January 25, 2017
    Art that affords spirit In February, the Incline Village Visitors Information Center will bring together four artists who work in four different mediums for a new show titled “Whimsical Spirit.” The four featured artists are as follows. Untitled Ellen Beauregard | Incline Village Visitors Information Center Troi Follansbee is a native Californian artist who creates mosaic sculptures using many types […]
  • Vibrant landscapes at Wolfdale’s

    By The Weekly on January 12, 2017
    Wolfdale’s Restaurant in Taho eCity is featuring oil paintings by Andy Skaff through January. Skaff’s love of the West provides the inspiration for his light-filled, vibrant landscapes. His paintings have been exhibited at the Napa Valley Museum, the Oil Painters of America Western Regional exhibit in Santa Barbara, the Sunset Magazine Western Idea House in Truckee and are part of […]
  • The Arts | Exhibition features Northern California artists

    By The Weekly on December 28, 2016
    Exhibition features Northern California artists The Ritz-Carlton, Lake Tahoe, has joined with SLATE Art Consulting to feature a new winter exhibition of the works of 31 Northern California artists throughout the hotel’s lobby and public areas through April 2017. World Under Orange Amy Solomon | Ritz-Carlton Lake Tahoe Hotel guests, residents and visitors alike will enjoy sculpture and painting including landscape […]
  • Holly Arts for the holidays

    By The Weekly on December 14, 2016
    Tahoe City | Holly Arts is a North Tahoe Arts tradition at the Art Center. Every year the shop dresses up for the holidays with new items that make perfect gifts with handmade items and artist made holiday cards through December. | northtahoearts.com Glass Mosaic Ornaments Lori Humphrey | North Tahoe Art Center Live art painting benefit Truckee Join artists […]
  • Simply divine

    By The Weekly on November 30, 2016
    Stremmel Gallery presents Phyllis Shafer’s “Nature Divine: Landscape Paintings of the American West,” until Dec. 10. Shafer’s exhibition of new paintings catalogs her observations of the Sierra Nevada, Point Lobos State Natural Reserve in Carmel and the vast spaces of Wyoming. This will mark the sixth solo exhibition for the South Lake Tahoe artist at Stremmel Gallery. “With nature as […]
  • Works of whimsy & wheel

    By The Weekly on November 16, 2016
    Lake Tahoe Community College Library in South Lake Tahoe hosts an exhibit of Original Silk Paintings by Loretta Bookhammer, a multitalented artist and long-term member of the Tahoe Art League. She will display her whimsical images, including donkeys and chickens in small Spanish villages and bears and deer that might visit her garden at home or are found on the […]
  • The best of summer featured and other Arts events for Oct. 20 to Nov. 16

    By The Weekly on October 19, 2016
    Truckee Public Arts Commission invites the community to the opening reception on Oct. 21 from 5 to 7 p.m. at the Truckee Community Recreation Center for the fall community exhibit “Truckee Summer Snapshots: A Collaborative Community Photo Mural.” The show will feature Truckee’s best summertime photos, submitted by members of the community. Celebrate the new season and look back on […]
  • The Arts for Oct. 6-20

    By The Weekly on October 5, 2016
    The art of nature   |    The Visitor Center in Incline has opened a new art exhibit in The Art Annex to run through Oct. 30. Loomis-born artist Jason Forcier specializes in mixed media paintings. He is inspired by natural textures and tropical colors observed from his travels, which is imitated within his art. Forcier’s memory of street art […]